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St Elmo Steak House - Restaurant



127 South Illinois Street
Indianapolis, IN 46225

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(317) 635-0636

Hours

  • Sunday: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Monday: 4:00 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 4:00 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 4:00 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Thursday: 4:00 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Friday: 4:00 pm - 10:30 pm
  • Saturday: 4:00 pm - 10:30 pm

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3.9 of 5.0 from 110 reviews


price range:$26 to $50

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  • chuck_l_baker reviewThe Shrimp cocktail is very good and the atmostphere is quite nice.

    44444 by chuck_l_baker


  • z06 reviewOur anniversary dinner was so bad that we complained by email and got a $50 certificate in the mail.... we threw it away.... Beware of frozen, overpriced food.

    22222 by z06


  • dinelife reviewSaint Elmo's is grand! I'm not a big steak eater...but even I couldn't resist their juicy cooked to order steaks! If you're in the city be sure and stop in!!!

    44444 by dinelife


  • nastashacat reviewWhile you will have to wait for a table at this place, it was worth it. The Shrimp cocktails are enough to get a conversation out of the most shy companion. While the New York Strip wasn't the best I have ever had, it was still very good and cooked exactly as I like it. I would visit again when I am back in Indy.

    44444 by nastashacat


  • mattman21 reviewThis place has really good food. A bit too busy, and that was a little annoying. We had reservations for 2 for atleast a couple of months and got a horrible table. Very expensive. I'd have to eat here again to say wheter it was TOO expensive. But next time I'm in Indy I will eat there. Test your manhood with the shrimp cocktail...YOW!

    22222 by mattman21


  • jtdunn reviewI certainly wouldn't consider St. Elmo's among the best dining in Indy, or even the best steakhouse. But, just the idea that a restaurant (ANY restaurant) has survived for almost 100 years is amazing. It reminded me of a '50's chop house, and I thought that the history of the place alone was worth the price. And, while there's better food in Indy, it was, overall, a decent meal and a fun experience - perhaps helped by the friendly bartender we chatted up over an after dinner drink.

    22222 by jtdunn


  • jimspos reviewOVERPRICED.....................

    44444 by jimspos


  • jimspos reviewOVERPRICED.....................

    22222 by jimspos


  • jimspos reviewoverpriced..........

    44444 by jimspos


  • jimspos reviewoverpriced..........

    22222 by jimspos


  • mehicks reviewThis place is more famous for being a landmark than for its food. The shrimp cocktail is supposedly `famous` but I'd call it highly offensive. The steaks were good but our waiter was an unprofessional overgrown frat boy who neglected us so he could socialize with other tables. The atmosphere is terrible, extremely noisy and frantic for the amount of money you're spending. I much prefer Ruth's Chris or Shula's.

    22222 by mehicks


  • indysteve1563 reviewIconsider myself a regular at St Elmo's, and they didn't last this long for being inconsistent. The steaks are always cooked to order and always flavorful, and the Shrimp cocktail has to be the best in town; it will knock your socks off. The wait staff have always been friendly with me, and I know for a fact that a few of them have been with St Elmo's for 20+ years; they are very professional.A nice touch are the autographed pictures of different athletes and celebrities adorned on their walls. Gives the place a `clubby` feel. The only downside is the bean soup. It would be nice to change the soup on occasion. If you want a `real` steak, then St Elmo's is the place to go. Just have at least $30 a person when you go. Highly recommended.

    44444 by indysteve1563


  • janiney_beany reviewWe read review after review ...hired a sitter for a `grown ups night out` for my husband's birthday. The beef had zero flavor. The famous shrimp cocktail had a unique cocktail sauze but the shrimp were small and of poor quality...I get better on sale at the Meijer Super Saturday Sales. The atmospehere is very masculine...not meant for intimate conversations between couples and friends. It's a place for men to get an overspriced steak with their buddies after a Pacers game. I wish we would have known before we wasted our precious `without kids` time. I have to say this though: they made the best `Works` baked potato I have ever had in my life.

    11111 by janiney_beany


  • amberleewriter reviewSt. Emo's is an Indianapolis institution cut from the old cloth. All of the servers in this restaurant are black and white clothed men. Period. And the lack of diversity doesn't stop there. If you're looking for anything other than steak (and a limited set of side dishes) you aren't going to find it here.Don't get me wrong, St. Elmo's has it's place in the Indy scene and as one of the few independantly owned restaurants in Indianapoolis (as well as one of the oldest) it gets props. However, in the last ten years there have been quite a few entrants into the steak scene in Indianapolis to give St. Elmo's a run for it's money in service, food, atmosphere, and size of your bill.In spite of this, St. Elmo's has done nothing to change what it is, what it serves, and how it serves it. As a result, I no longer eat here unless I'm being taken by someone else that insists we go. There are places with better wine lists and, frankly, better steak for the money now.I will give St. Elmo's this, however. They still have a killer shrimp cocktail that is one of the best I've ever eaten anywhere and the bartenders are, by far, some of the best in the city. They extensive list of scotch, burbon, vodka, and other spirits they have available is impressive and if you're into mixed drinks this is a great place to throw down your cash. When I go to St. Elmo's these days I go for the bar (a true old school beauty). I sit and have a few drinks, order a shrimp cocktail, and leave to eat steak elsewhere. I suggest you do the same.

    22222 by amberleewriter


  • dhope19 reviewWhat a horrible horrible experience. One of the worst steaks Ive ever had! At 34.oo I don't think there should be one thing wrong with your steak. Mine had a vein running through it larger than any in my body! Save your money!

    11111 by dhope19


  • d3588 reviewI, as a woman, could not be seated until my husband arrived due to some `policy.` (He was parking). Overpriced, very pretentious, I am a better cook. Waiter was good, that's about it. I heard, `try our shrimp cocktail` repeated over and over to the point of annoying. (i.e. - keep the shrimp, just quit bugging me...)

    11111 by d3588


  • johnrob364 reviewOne of the BEST STEAK HOUSES in the country..Service is first class, atmosphere is top notch.

    44444 by johnrob364


  • jimspos reviewThis was THE finest dining experience we have ever had! For most of us it will remain a 'special occassion' restaurant because of the prices. The melt-in-your-mouth steaks and perfectly prepared side dishes were worth every cent. The service was impecable.

    44444 by jimspos


  • jimspos reviewThis was THE finest dining experience we have ever had! For most of us it will remain a 'special occassion' restaurant because of the prices. The melt-in-your-mouth steaks and perfectly prepared side dishes were worth every cent. The service was impecable.

    22222 by jimspos


  • mjdukehart2 reviewThe restaurant was very noisey. It was obvious that they cater to a special group of people and leave the occasional diner to take a back seat. I expected to pay high prices, but I also wanted to go home feeling full. The server was very rude to his assistant.

    22222 by mjdukehart2


  • mjdukehart2 reviewThe restaurant was very noisey. It was obvious that they cater to a special group of people and leave the occasional diner to take a back seat. I expected to pay high prices, but I also wanted to go home feeling full. The server was very rude to his assistant.

    11111 by mjdukehart2


  • HADGI reviewTHEY'VE GONE DOWN HILL.

    22222 by HADGI


  • staretellie reviewThey brought me cold fried shrimp and steak fries - they took them back and 'double-dipped' them - the fries were hot, grease-filled, and much darker the second time around. I spent $200. entertaining friends and will NEVER return!!!!!!!!! p.s. I had bragged to my friends that St. Elmos had the BEST fried shrimp in town (steaks too, of course) and the shrimp was the WORST that 2 of us ever had. I have been to Elmo's several times - NEVER AGAIN!

    11111 by staretellie


  • emnovak reviewI've been in and out of St. Elmo's for the past fifteen years. For steaks and pure atmosphere, this place is offers some of the best of Indy--which says more about Indy than it does about St. Elmo's. The shrimp cocktail has taken a quality nose-dive. Four or five puny and frost-bitten shrimps drowned in horseradish is barely appetizing. Skip it and go around the corner to Mikado if you want seafood.

    22222 by emnovak


  • llwatkin58 reviewFor a great old time steak house, this is the only place to go. The wait staff knows what they are doing. St. Elmo's has a great wine cellar. Dan is the BEST!

    44444 by llwatkin58


  • BrittBear62 reviewEverytime I go to Indianapolis or even within the vicinity, I make it a point to visit St. Elmo. By far, this is one of the best `real` steakhouses still around. If you want that nostalgic restaurant feeling with great food and wine, this is the place. St. Elmo- a real man's steakhouse.

    44444 by BrittBear62


  • DianaShedd reviewWell, St Elmo Steakhouse is OK. The food was acceptable, with reservations. The wine list was suitable, though very light on half-bottles, and the wine service needs plenty of work. The service was good, though a little hurried. The atmosphere was the biggest drawback. The tables are far too small and are very close together. The noise level is deafening, but that may have been in part to three tables of very, very loud diners. The dining area was poorly lit, and I had to rely on the small table candle for all reading.The shrimp cocktail was highlighted as a specialty and was duly noted as “spicy” on the menu. The horseradish sauce was spicy, but not unlike what I encounter when dining in New Orleans. Unlike New Orleans, the shrimp were mealy and had obviously been frozen for quite a while. This is just not acceptable for a “signature” dish, even if it’s a $12.00 appetizer. Most of the diners had beef, which was done per order, and all agreed, was quite tasty. The Gulf prawns entré was not so fortunate and was closer to the shrimp cocktail.Regardless of the Wine Spectator rating, needs work. Glassware was substandard and there was no decanting for an older CA Cab. Half-bottle selection was light.The pricing was average for this level of restaurant. The overall experience was satisfactory, with reservations. When it comes to “steak houses,” I’d opt for Brooks, Del Frisco’s, The Capital Grill, or Rainwater’s on Kettner. If I was the sommelier, I’d discard all of the existing glasses and opt of Spieglau or Riedel glasses, appropriate to the wines on the list. Decanting would certainly be an option and even a recommendation where appropriate.The lighting needs to be upgraded, as well as the size of tables and their spacing improved.

    22222 by DianaShedd


  • Lutzi reviewWine, appetizers and desserts were fabulous. Entrees left more to be desired.

    44444 by Lutzi


  • mjdukehart2 reviewthis restaurant has long waits, close tables,noisy atmosphere, and we felt rushed. if you are looking for relaxed dining don't go here. but it is good for the history buff.

    22222 by mjdukehart2


  • mjdukehart2 reviewthis restaurant has long waits, close tables,noisy atmosphere, and we felt rushed. if you are looking for relaxed dining don't go here. but it is good for the history buff.

    11111 by mjdukehart2


  • keabarne reviewOne of the best steak houses ever. I've been to many steak houses in chicago and other cities but St. Elmos is probably the best. Atmosphere, service, and steaks are always worth the trip!

    44444 by keabarne


  • christine8698 reviewVery bad experience. Atmosphere is very poor. We were packed into the dining area like sardines, after having to wait 20 minutes beyond our reservation time. The wait was in a smoke filled bar. The noise in the restaurant made it nearly impossible to communicate. The didn't warn us about the exccentric shrimp cocktail that was made with freshly cut horseradish, so strong that it was uncomfortable and ruined the cocktail. The lobster was dry and burned on the exterior. We thought that at least the steaks would have been good. They were not. They were just not prepared well. This was a terrible dining experience over all. This was our second failed attempt at St. Elmo's Steakhouse and we will not be back.

    11111 by christine8698


  • haji58 reviewI just have to say, this was not a happy experience. My wife and I were taking a friend out for his birthday, and we had an 8 o'clock reservation. Well, we were seated, and the busboy gave us water and bread, but by 8:30, we had still seen no sign of a waiter. So, when one walked by, I asked him who our waiter was, and he pointed to a waiter at the next table, shooting the breeze with some people about nothing, and said 'I believe it would be him, but let me check' Well, he disappeared and we never heard from him again either, so by around 8:45, we decided that we'd had enough, and walked out. The funny part is, we were thanked for coming in by 5 different people on the way out, including the lady who sat us, and not one of them realized that we had just come in not 45 minutes before. So, we walked across the street to Old Spaghetti Factory...if you want any kind of service, go to O.S.F. Oh well, at least we got free bread.

    11111 by haji58


  • Tumunga reviewThe shrimp cocktail knocks your socks off!!! ---it is to die for!! Service was superb. Steaks were done to perfection.

    44444 by Tumunga


  • dhayden1 reviewThis place is clean and the food is great. The staff go all out to make you feel welcome, no improvement is needed.

    44444 by dhayden1


  • keabarne reviewWhen ordering the New York Strip, I was not aware that I would not want to eat another steak for a while because I was in awe of theirs. The shrimp cocktail brought a tear to my eye with the heavy horseradish but it had great flavor. Albeit, the hora of the restaurant is very masculine, it is still fitting for any company.

    44444 by keabarne


  • jtdunn reviewSt. Elmos has the best shrimp cocktail in town, but there are several other places in town that have much better steaks. Combined with the noisy crowded atmosphere, harried wait staff and lack of variety on the menu, I would just as soon go someplace else for dinner.

    22222 by jtdunn


  • keabarne reviewFor steaks can't be beat. Well prepared. Served by experienced waiters who know their business. I highly recommend when you want a great meal and impress your guest. Don't change a thing.

    44444 by keabarne


  • ChefMozEvery time I have been to St. Elmo I have been treated with excellent service from every member of the staff I've come in contact with. The beef is perfectly aged and seasoned with only salt and pepper, not tainted with other seasonings. The wine list is extensive.It's pricey, but well worth it if you're looking to splurge on yourself or others.

    55555 by ChefMoz.org


  • meiler reviewA great night out, but not one you'd do weekly. Great food and drink, but on the steep side for those without deep pockets. Expect to spend $50-70 on dinner for two. It is a place you won't forget and will want to return to...once you get your next paycheck.

    44444 by meiler


  • ChefMozGrowing up in a restaurant and the restaurant being known for its prime rib, trust me I know prime rib. This was the best prime rib that I have had in quite some time. This occasion took place in June 2001 and now I'm heading back to Indianapolis on business on June 27,2003 and a 1000 WWWF Wrestlers will not be able to contain me from going back for seconds.

    55555 by ChefMoz.org


  • ChefMozMy sister's and I took my Dad there for his 70th birthday. As mentioned in the headline... best service and food we have even eaten...Yes.. it was pricey BUT.. we more than got what we paid for.

    55555 by ChefMoz.org


  • ChefMozKnown for their Shrimp Cocktail (outstanding spicy sauce- fresh horseradish). Better ask what market price is on the lobster tail so there aren't surprises at check time. 2 shrimp cocktails and two surf-n-turfs for $225. Ambiance is like a stiff old hunting lodge. Ruth's Chris up the street has better food and atmosphere for the same price. Go to St. Elmos for cocktails and appetizer shrimp. The hostess station could care less about you unless you know someone.

    22222 by ChefMoz.org


  • ChefMozNot the best prime rib I've had, but one of the nicest dining experiences anywhere. And did I mention the shrimp cocktail?

    44444 by ChefMoz.org


  • Big S.The Ribeye was AMAZING! ask for Jordan he is hands down the best waiter in the place

    55555 by Big S.


  • joshua p.shrimp cocktail is what you start your steak-based meal with. and get the tomato juice

    33333 by joshua p.


  • MissKris 👑 1.I might be the first person to say pass on the shrimp. The horseradish cocktail sauce is way too overpowering. It trumps the fact that the shrimp are huge in my opinion

    33333 by MissKris 👑 1.


  • MissKris 👑 1.I don't eat red meat so I got the king crab and shrimp linguini...delicious! Upgrade to the lobster bisque!

    33333 by MissKris 👑 1.


  • Debbie K.Shrimp cocktail! Need I say more?

    55555 by Debbie K.


  • Cecilia H.Must GO in Indy !

    55555 by Cecilia H.


  • Kenyun B.The Shrimp Cocktail is beyond great and hot.....

    55555 by Kenyun B.


  • Carlos N.Can't go wrong with the aged dry rib eye... moist!

    55555 by Carlos N.


  • James D.Classic steak house ambience featuring wood panelling and friendly noise level. Good spirits list, especially rye and bourbon whiskies. Steaks, salads and desserts were very good. Large portions.

    55555 by James D.


  • Lindsey M.Delicious.

    55555 by Lindsey M.


  • Emmanuel T.Whatever you order, add a Shrimp Cocktail. It's worth it. Large jumbo shrimp topped with their freshly made cocktail sauce.

    55555 by Emmanuel T.


  • Audrey S.Amazing. I can't think of a better way to put it.

    55555 by Audrey S.


  • Robert B.Of course I got the shrimp cocktail; it was incredible. This time, I tried the pork chops. They were also fantastic. If you visit Indianapolis and don't eat at St. Elmo's, you wasted your trip.

    55555 by Robert B.


  • Matt N.Biting into the shrimp cocktail wipes the hair off your balls for a quick second and then instantly grows back. Wow what a feeling.

    22222 by Matt N.


  • Justin D.You must have the shrimp cocktail.

    55555 by Justin D.


  • Mike D.The Sunday Feature is the best deal going! $35 Three Course Meal!

    55555 by Mike D.


  • Ellen C.If you're there on a Sunday, ask for the "Sunday Dinner." $35 pre fixe includes their famous shrimp cocktail.

    55555 by Ellen C.


  • Alex G.Amazing place to eat but very expensive

    55555 by Alex G.


  • Anthony-Rachel G.Shrimp. Wow

    55555 by Anthony-Rachel G.


  • Jake S.The 12 oz. Filet was magnificent, but my favorite parts were my waiter (incredibly helpful and knowledgeable), the mashed potatoes (rich and decadent), and the tomato juice (weird but fitting).

    55555 by Jake S.


  • Jennifer S.Must get the shrimp cocktail!

    55555 by Jennifer S.


  • Ben H.Like everyone says, the shrimp cocktail is awesome and has a devastating kick but totally worth the burn >:-)

    55555 by Ben H.


  • J Matthew H.Omg, I could eat my weight in the shrimp cocktail.... And the wine list is pretty killer.

    55555 by J Matthew H.


  • Logan E.Try the shrimp cocktail, but be careful it will clear up you sinuses!!

    55555 by Logan E.


  • Bordeaux WinesFor Bordeaux lovers, this is the place for you: more than 50 Bordeaux wines to choose from.

    55555 by Bordeaux Wines


  • Jane A.Simply delicioud!

    55555 by Jane A.


  • Steve S.Seriously; this place probably has the best eye-candy I've seen thus far in Indy... (Female staff and patrons included!)

    55555 by Steve S.


  • Leah B.The shrimp cocktail is amazing and painful all at the same time. It is a must have if you go! Just be careful with the amount of cocktail sauce.

    55555 by Leah B.


  • AFA1976Reservations are needed for this top-rated Indianapolis landmark.

    55555 by AFA1976


  • Joel R.Want a kick? Get some shrimp cocktail, wow

    55555 by Joel R.


  • Raven C.Shrimp cocktail and a dirty martini with Effen vodka and blue cheese stuffed olives.

    33333 by Raven C.


  • Jorge A.Fillet Mignon and mash potatoes are awesome!!

    55555 by Jorge A.


  • Jorge A.Shrimp cocktail is special the horseradish sauce is intense!!

    55555 by Jorge A.


  • NanetteThe shrimp cocktail was unbelievable will clear your sinuses for a week. Filet mignon cooked to perfection!!

    55555 by Nanette


  • Deborah H.Had dinner here with a couple of the girls, the wait staff was the best...

    55555 by Deborah H.


  • Todd N.Try the Shrimp Cocktail - The amount of horseradish in the aside kicks you in the nuts. So good could not recommend it more,a must try. (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Todd N.


  • Dee H.Delicious food, especially the Chicken for those who don't like steak, but expect to take a lot home. Shrimp Cocktail, of course! Waiter was VERY rude, though, to any 21&under members at our table.

    33333 by Dee H.


  • Johnny R.Prime Rib, bone in, nuff said

    33333 by Johnny R.


  • Marcos L.Carne Deliciosa !! Serviço show de bola

    55555 by Marcos L.


  • Jonathan F.Got the shrimp cocktail and ribeye. Excellent.. Be sure to come on an empty stomach

    55555 by Jonathan F.


  • Jonathan F.Went for the ribeye.. Pretty good.. Definitely come on an empty stomach

    55555 by Jonathan F.


  • Ozgur O.The famous cocktail shrimp has excessive wassabi in, watch out if you dont like it....

    33333 by Ozgur O.


  • David F.We shared 2 steaks amoung the 5 of us. No extra charge for splitting (though you cut it up yourselves). Also, amazing shrimp coctail. Huge shrimp (prawns?) in a sauce with lots of fresh horseradish.

    55555 by David F.


  • Samantha M.Loooove the shrimp cocktail!! Must try!! Need the recipe!

    55555 by Samantha M.


  • John M.I'm a man in motion...

    22222 by John M.


  • Karen L.Not a seafood lover but I have to say the shrimp cocktail was the rave in the room. Nice atmosphere. Good sized portions. Great ambassador venue for the city. Yummy

    55555 by Karen L.


  • Debbie L.Had to get the shrimp cocktail

    33333 by Debbie L.


  • Arturo C.Eat the Bone-In Prime Rib.

    55555 by Arturo C.


  • Burt B.Shannon Sharpe and Joel in the house!

    55555 by Burt B.


  • iFitness.comShrimp cocktail! Healthy and delicious!

    55555 by iFitness.com


  • Dana G.Beware of the shrimp cocktail sauce. Hot! Hot! Hot!

    33333 by Dana G.


  • Paul T.Im gonna go crazy!!!!!!

    55555 by Paul T.


  • Cj R.Try the navy bean soup with a touch of cocktail sauce...just sayin :-)

    55555 by Cj R.


  • Amy W.Ask for Brynn! She's fabuloso ;-)

    55555 by Amy W.


  • Theodore K.Newbies: When indulging in the famous shrimp cocktail, use the cocktail sauce sparingly. A heavy dose is likely to put rookie diners to the floor.

    33333 by Theodore K.


  • Jason K.the shrimp cocktail definitely lives up to the hype, it is a must get. Filet was good and the lamb is excellent.

    55555 by Jason K.


  • JHA 3.Shrimp Cocktail en Fuego!

    55555 by JHA 3.


  • Chris S.Bone-in prime rib. Just get it. Have had everything on menu....BIPR is it!

    55555 by Chris S.


  • Jennifer V.Navy bean soup is AMAZING!

    55555 by Jennifer V.


  • Ryan H.The Devour downtown menu is available every Sunday. Best deal in Downtown #Indy

    55555 by Ryan H.


  • Tom B.New 1933 bar on 2nd floor at St. Elmo's is unbelievable!!

    55555 by Tom B.


  • William B.Shrimp cocktail - a must

    55555 by William B.


  • Shannon M.Cocktail sauce is spicy, very spicy!

    55555 by Shannon M.


  • Erik T.Shrimp cocktail made me cry...in a good way

    33333 by Erik T.


  • David S.Shrimp cocktail was the bomb

    55555 by David S.


  • NHRAFor NHRA fans heading to Indianapolis next week for the 57th Mac Tools US Nationals, make time one evening for St. Elmo's. Classic, old-school steakhouse. An Indy institution.

    55555 by NHRA


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